middle class

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In her talk, Maqsood focussed on the changing middle class in Lahore, the competition between middle-class groups, particularly on why Lahore's women are still averse to working as opposed to Karachi's.
With the TRAIN providing tax cuts for middle class families, the money what will go to taxes will be freed up in the system through increase consumption of goods, investment in high-yielding investments, investment in their children's college education or purchase of necessary personal items such as appliances or even a second car for their wives - never mind the higher excise tax if it is really necessary to bring the kids to school or to do errands for the house.
Another 45 percent are part of an aspiring group who are no longer poor or vulnerable to poverty, and members of this "aspiring class" have yet to reach the level of economic security and lifestyle of the middle class.
Americans' identification as upper-middle or middle class was lower in 2012 and 2015, but rose across three surveys taken last fall, and has edged up slightly more in Gallup's June 7-11 poll.
The middle class are getting absolutely destroyed," (http://www.
While discrepancies remain, it is a truth universally acknowledged that across the continent, a burgeoning middle class has become the poster child for the "Africa rising" narrative.
Despite the fact that we even live in the "Middle" East, the middle class has diminished significantly through the years.
According to figures recently presented by a research project at the Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit (SALDRU) at the University of Cape Town, South Africa's population classified as middle class increased from 12.
The politics of counterculture as well as the critical participation of African American women and men in the civil rights movement brought powerful critiques to the gendered and racialized idea of the middle class of the late 1950s and early 1960s.
If the media is itself biased in favor of the neo-liberal economic agenda, its depiction of the Indian middle class may not be accurate.
But the actual size of the continent's middle class is the subject of fierce debate.
Tom Cotton picked it up and scored, accusing Pryor of "hanging out with out-of-state billionaires if he thinks $200,000 in Arkansas is the middle class.

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